Kona 2016: Cervelo P5X Spy Shots
images by Nick Salazar
Oct 3, 2016  hits 102,382

The radical design is polarizing, for sure. Some love it, others don't.
The radical design is polarizing, for sure. Some love it, others don't.

By now it's no secret that Cervelo is launching its new tri bike flagship, the P5X, tomorrow. But we managed to catch one riding down the Queen K today, and present our findings to you here. Enjoy!



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  • The P5X is a beam bike, whose seatpost can telescope below its clamp.
  • The radical design is polarizing, for sure. Some love it, others don't.
  • Here we can see the rear half. There appears to be a storage box in front of the BB, similar to the Diamondback Andean. And like the Diamondback, Cervelo has opted for disc brakes, which unfortunately stick out into the wind quite obtusely.
  • Above the BB is another storage box, it appears.
  • Disc brake up front too.
  • Cervelo has opted for disc brakes, which unfortunately stick out into the wind quite obtusely.
  • A zippered storage box up front, and a clear cervelo logo here as well.
  • Rear bottles integrated into the setup.
  • Rear bottles integrated into the setup.
  • A couple more shots of the complete frame.
  • A couple more shots of the complete frame.

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